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An otoscope is often used for medical examinations in the ear canal. Thanks to this research, it is possible to visualize the entire auditory canal. Otoscopes are often used by doctors, but you can also use them at home. At Blood pressure meter.shop we have a wide range. When someone in your family has ear problems, it is very annoying. By inspecting the eardrum with an otoscope, it is possible to discover various inflammations, so that something can be done about it.

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An otoscope can be used to identify any damage to the eardrum. You can go to a doctor for this, but you can also look at the ear canal yourself. This device contains, among other things, a small light and a magnifying lens so that you can easily view the ear. Of course it is important to work hygienically. That is why you will also find various accessories in our range, such as plastic ear tips, so that you can replace them every time. We also sell other medical products to monitor your health. Remember this a stethoscope and various blood pressure monitors, but also on pedometers to keep track of how many steps you take each day.

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What is an Otoscope?

An otoscope is an essential medical device used by health care providers to look inside the ears. It plays a vital role in screening for diseases during regular checkups and in investigating symptoms related to the ear. This instrument gives the user a view of the ear canal and eardrum, which can show signs of various diseases ranging from infections to obstructions.

Characteristics of an otoscope

The most common otoscopes consist of a handle and a head. The head contains a light source and a simple low-power magnifying lens, usually around 8 diopters (3.00x magnification). The distal (front) end of the otoscope has an attachment for disposable plastic ear specula. In many models, the lens can be removed, which allows the examiner to insert instruments through the otoscope into the ear canal, such as for earwax removal. Proper use of an otoscope begins with choosing the correct speculum size to fit the patient's ear canal. For adults this is usually 4 to 6 millimeters, for children 3 to 4 millimeters, and for infants as small as 2 millimeters.

The diagnostic power of an otoscope

Otoscope examination can aid in the diagnosis of otitis media and otitis externa, infections of the middle and outer ear, respectively. In addition, otoscopes are often used to examine patients' noses (avoiding the need for a separate nasal speculum) and, with the speculum removed, the upper throat.